Clemson University Bookies – Pay Per Head Services

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Oct/16/2016

Bookies catering to the Clemson University backers and those who work their trade on campus will want to seriously consider a solid Pay Per Head service.

Clemson has been phenomenal this season, going 7-0 heading into Week 8.

The New York Times writes of the relatively small chunk of South Carolina where Clemson fans reign supreme:

In Columbia, residents refer to a section of South Carolina known as The Upstate as if it were on another planet rather than a few dozen miles down (er, up) the highway. But clearly it’s a different place, a small, exotic region where Clemson — one of whose colors is known as “northwest purple” — isn’t dominated by its archrival. Apparently years of “Clemsoning,” slang for elaborately choking in big games, have inured South Carolinians to the Tigers’ 61-40 record against the Gamecocks.

Loss leaders such as an online casino, future proposition bets and the highly impulsive and extremely popular LIVE IN-PLAY wagering feature is available at most of today’s top Price Per Head businesses, including our friends at PayPerHeadAgents.com.

It is important to note that operating a bookie business on campus is grounds for suspension or termination.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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